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Since hundreds (literally) of DEC manuals, books, etc use "PDP-11/10" to refer to the one with the KD11-B processor, not the 'marketing artifact' from 1969 with the name "PDP-11/10" and a KA-11 CPU, and since there are many physical machines still extant with "PDP-11/10" on them, and a KD11-B inside, I think it would be very misleading to show the PDP-11/10 as having been introduced in 1969. We should put it back the way it was, and include a footnote in small print to show that the name had been recycled from the earlier one. Jnc (talk) 23:05, 22 February 2016 (CET)

Ah, ok. What about the /20, is the /20 in the 1969 ad what's generally known as /20? (Edit: I've made a clumsy attempt. We don't seem to have a References template in this wiki btw- -Tor (talk) 08:38, 23 February 2016 (CET)

Sorry, I'm not sure what ad you're referring to? The discussion on CCTalk was prompted by a DEC PDP-11/20 price list from December 1969. (We have also discovered a few other mentions of that 'PDP-11/10'.) The PDP-11/20 in the price list, and the other places the 'PDP-11/10' is mentioned, is definitely the machine we now know as the -11/20. Jnc (talk) 12:51, 23 February 2016 (CET)

Ok, yes, the price list was what I was referring to. -Tor (talk) 12:53, 23 February 2016 (CET)